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FIGURE 2

FIGURE 2. From: VOLUNTARY MUSCLE ACTIVATION, CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES, AND FATIGABILITY IN CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT CEREBRAL PALSY.

The normalized force–frequency relationship for the (A) quadriceps femoris and (B) triceps surae in CP (n = 12) and control (n = 10 for quadriceps; n = 9 for triceps surae) groups plotted using forces normalized to the highest force produced during the test.

Scott K. Stackhouse, et al. Muscle Nerve. ;31(5):594-601.
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FIGURE 3. From: VOLUNTARY MUSCLE ACTIVATION, CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES, AND FATIGABILITY IN CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT CEREBRAL PALSY.

Electrically elicited fatigue tests in CP (n = 11) and control groups for (A) quadriceps femoris (control, n = 10) and (B) triceps surae (control, n = 9). *Represents a difference between CP and control groups where P < 0.05

Scott K. Stackhouse, et al. Muscle Nerve. ;31(5):594-601.
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FIGURE 1. From: VOLUNTARY MUSCLE ACTIVATION, CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES, AND FATIGABILITY IN CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT CEREBRAL PALSY.

(A) Maximum voluntary isometric contraction (MVIC) force normalized to body weight (kg) for the quadriceps femoris and triceps surae in CP (n = 12) and control (n = 10 for quadriceps, n = 8 for triceps surae) groups. (B) The degree of voluntary muscle activation in the quadriceps femoris and triceps surae in CP and control groups. (C) The degree of antagonist coactivation of the semitendinosus and tibialis anterior during MVICs of the quadriceps femoris and triceps surae, respectively, in CP and control groups. *Represents a difference between CP and control groups where P < 0.05.

Scott K. Stackhouse, et al. Muscle Nerve. ;31(5):594-601.

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